New furnace orders for Ipsen USA

January 25, 2021

Ipsen USA has been awarded two new furnace orders, one of which includes its MetalMaster® external quench vacuum furnace (Courtesy Ipsen USA)

Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Illinois, USA, reports that its Vacuum Technology Excellence Center has been awarded two new furnace orders, building on the company’s success in 2020 that that saw the shipping of fifty new vacuum furnaces.

One of the orders, an Ipsen TurboTreater®, is for a well-known power tool manufacturer based in the USA. The Ipsen TurboTreater will reportedly be utilised to increase production capacity and is the power tool manufacturer’s ninth Ipsen vacuum furnace in that location.

The second order was a MetalMaster® external quench vacuum furnace for a medical implant manufacturer seeking to expand production capacity. The MetalMaster will be designed with an all-metal hot zone for long, high-temperature cycles. The furnace’s multi-staged pumping system is capable of providing low residual oxygen levels for processing titanium components.

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